More fences, better security for Lollapalooza
CHICAGO – More fences and increased security will be in place for the Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago's Grant Park in an effort to avoid landscape damage and prevent gate-crashing.
Grant Park Conservancy President Bob O'Neill said bushes and flower gardens will be fenced off, forcing festival patrons onto streets that can "take a lot of impact."
Last year, heavy rains and huge crowds combined to cause damage that took months to repair. Lollapalooza's organizers paid about $1 million to install new and tougher turf.
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